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Creating Learning Experiences: The Role of Instructional Theory and…
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0871202727, Paperback)Teachers make no more important decisions than those that create learning
experiences for students. Those decisions shape the learning strategies, social interaction, and
content that will be brought to the students.
Bruce Joyce and Emily Calhoun discuss the models of teaching that teachers can draw from as
they create learning environments. The authors organize the models, discuss their uses, examine
the research that has tested the models, and provide scenarios that illustrate how such models can
be used in real classrooms.
Some models are designed to accomplish specific objectives, such as teaching students to form
and attain concepts; some have generic applications that adapt to a range of learning styles and
curriculum areas. School faculties can use the models to reshape a school's curriculum and
instructional program, while the study of a single model can help teachers become reflective
action researchers in their classrooms.
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